Asian Pacific American Municipal Officials (APAMO)

Asian Pacific American Municipal Officials (APAMO) is a constituency group whose mission is to provide Asian Pacific American municipal officials and their colleagues with a forum to share ideas and develop leadership experience.

It also serves as a vehicle for members to discuss problems and explore solutions, debate policy issues, and contribute to the success of American cities and towns.  APAMO members are eager to share their experiences in government with other Asian Pacific Americans and local officials.  APAMO has a Board of Directors as well as general members.  It was established at the National League of Cities (NLC) in 1985.

Membership

APAMO welcomes new and returning members each year.  The easiest way to join APAMO is by paying annual dues and fees via the November Congress of Cities registration process.  Information about joining and dues and fees is available on the NLC Congress of Cities registration form.  Dues and fees can be paid online in conjunction with the NLC conference registration fee.  Prospective new members may also join throughout the year by filling out the membership application located in the membership brochure and submitting it to NLC via its instructions. 

APAMO Bylaws

 Opportunities for Sponsorship 

2013-2014 Board of Directors

The APAMO Board of Directors is elected every two years at the NLC Congress of Cities from the group's membership. Members are encouraged to submit their nominations for service on the Board.  For information about Board nominations and an application form, see the section below about membership and sponsorship opportunities. 

President

 

First Vice President

 

Immediate Past President

Doris McConnell

 

 

Stephen K Sham

Suzanne Chan
Councilmember
Fremont, California

APAMO Press Release

 

Doris McConnell
Councilmember
Shoreline, Washington

 

Stephen K. Sham
Mayor
Alhambra, California


Board Roster